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Tailor Ed

That the Parliament is deeply disappointed at reports that the children’s charity, Tailor Ed, has been unable to secure funding and faces closure in March 2018; acknowledges all the good work that it carries out by supporting families raising children with autism through developing adaptive life skills; notes the impact Tailor Ed has had by supporting 317 families across Edinburgh; remains concerned that the closure will have a detrimental impact on autistic children and their families across the city.

Supported by: Miles Briggs, Gordon Lindhurst, Neil Findlay, Kezia Dugdale, Ruth Davidson, Ben Macpherson, Alex Cole-Hamilton, Andy Wightman, Alison Johnstone


Current Status: Fallen on 09/05/2018
 
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